Suva Zone 1 manager anticipates exciting Fiji Finals
18 March, 2018, 12:00 am
SUVA Zone 1 meet manager Uraia Toribau has predicted a tough Coca-Cola Games next month after its zone meet on Friday.
Toribau said interior schools such as Namosi and Wainimala secondary schools showed worthy title contenders despite their geographical location.
“We’ve seen a lot of competition from these schools and the amount of talents that they had unleashed is something that we’ve seen,” he said.
“All schools were well prepared and lived up to our expectations in giving tough competition.”
3000m open boy’s grade
1) Dudley High School — Maika Riwai — 10:08:26 minutes.
2) Namosi Secondary School — Mateo Matavura — 10:09.18m
3) Wainimakutu Secondary School Kiniviliame Taukeinikoro — 10:28:77m
3000m open girl’s grade
1) Ballantine Memorial School- Salaseini Faith — 12:32:55m
2) John Wesley College — Meki Maria — 12:36:66m
3) Namosi Secondary School- Adi Vika Tuimasala — 12:41:49m.